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Worcester manager sees room for improvement
MANAGER Carl Heeley believes Worcester City are not firing on all cylinders despite continuing their fine start to the season.
Goals from Tom Thorley and Danny Glover stretched City’s unbeaten run to five games as they defeated Colwyn Bay at St George’s Lane.
“I don’t think we played well,” Heeley said. “When you don’t play well, the key thing is to get something out of the game and we’ve won it 2-0, kept a clean sheet and it’s nine points out of nine at home.
“I have to be careful how critical I am, we know we can play better but it’s the result that matters. It’s another win, three out of three at home and we’re overjoyed with that.” The City boss added: “We were frustrated, had some good situations in the second-half and the final ball let us down a little bit.
“With another goal the game would have been dead and buried and we could have gone on to win more convincingly.
“It’s not easy playing against 10 men, you think you should dominate the game but often it plays against you but we’ve won the game and I thought we were fairly comfortable.”
Heeley also felt Greg Mills was unfortunate to be sent off for two yellow cards and the winger now faces a one-match ban.
“For the first one I think their bench have got him booked,” the Worcester manager said. “The second one is a booking and it’s unfortunate because they were probably the only two challenges he made in the game.”